More leaks and listings before an early January launch
Epson says it's all about sustainability
"This is not [like] Robocop." Not yet, anyway
Recap: The Internet Archive is promoting a new trip down (tech) memory lane by bringing hundreds of Palm OS applications to the web for your emulation pleasure. Reliving the past of mobile computing forerunners has never been easier.
Look for Victus 2 to show up in new smartphones in the coming months
Over 90% off the regular price for Office, available for Windows and macOS
F.lux adjusts lighting and screen temperature to better suit your room and time of day. This allows for less strain to your eyes specially during the night and early morning by reducing blue light.
Not the first time the ECB has rallied against crypto
Hoping to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050
If you're looking for a simple e-reader with writing and drawing capabilities, the Amazon's new Kindle Scribe will be good enough, although it is a little bit pricey.
According to a new study
A hot potato: Like a train leaving the station, it now seems inevitable that US companies are moving to reduce, or entirely eliminate, their reliance on China. It took a long time to get started, companies had been complaining about changing conditions in China for a decade. The 2018 trade war was the spark that really got them moving, and their progress has only been gaining momentum since then. This process will take years, maybe decades, but at this point is probably unstoppable.
We're looking for tech enthusiasts with excellent writing skills
The optional KB5020044 preview cumulative update is available now
Super Mario Bros. second trailer reveals Donkey Kong, Princess Peach, and more of Chris Pratt's voice
Will it be as successful as Sonic or poop like The Emoji Movie?
Only two states are opposed to the idea of a cashless society
Dev: Arma 3 still being used to create fake news, offers tips for identifying game footage
Musk: free speech-hating Apple has stopped ads on Twitter
Nvidia might have killed off the RTX 2060 and GTX 1060
Amazon shopping has gotten worse 'thanks' to ads
New cybersecurity measures are locking tuners out of car systems
Don't be surprised if your cable bill goes up next month
State-of-the-art Sony image sensor is reportedly destined for the next iPhone
Firefox Translations is a promising alternative to Google Translate
Ray tracing comes to Portal next month
In brief: A remaster of Valve's 2007 puzzle-platform game Portal is nearly complete. Nvidia has announced that Portal with RTX will drop as a free DLC for all Portal owners on December 8. It's available to wish list now over on Steam if you want to set a reminder for yourself.
What just happened? Apple has announced the winners of its annual App Store Awards, highlighting more than a dozen apps and games that it says inspired users to expand their imaginations and engage with friends, family and loved ones more deeply this year.
The states are demanding $9.4 million in penalties
Arma 3 dev says it is still being used to create fake news, offers tips for identifying game footage
WTF?! Footage of video games purporting to be real-life incidents, particular those from conflicts, is far from a new phenomenon. The practice has been increasing this year following the war in Ukraine, and it's often Arma 3 gameplay that's used as the fake footage. Now, developer Bohemia Interactive has addressed the circulation of these videos and explained how to tell real clips from fakes.
Elon Musk says free speech-hating Apple has stopped advertising on Twitter, threatened to remove app from its store
The world's richest person versus the world's most valuable company
TechSpot Video Great Games to Play on Laptops and Low-end PCs
Bahamas AG defends his investigation into SBF and FTX while pointing fingers at the rest of the world
But was anybody even listening? Less than 1,400 combined Facebook and YouTube views say "no"
In other news, the sky is blue
Microsoft to head off the EU's January deadline with concessions to secure its Activision acquisition
The $69 billion deal also faces a possible FTC lawsuit
A hot potato: The US / China tech clash is entering an even more heated phase, with the FCC acting as a hammer against Chinese companies making network and telecom devices. They're an unacceptable risk to national security, the FCC claims.
Recordings include old cameras, typewriters, computers, and more
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